Versatile floor lamp from Hydrofarm® is handy for growing houseplants or using as a reading lamp. The 27-watt, compact fluorescent bulb provides full-spectrum light that’s optimal for plant growth. The flicker-free bulb also provides exceptional color rendering, making it ideal for reading as well.
Plant loves it
I have used this plant light to brighten dark corners and energergise my plants simultaneously. Currently, I am using it on a plant I recently transplanted and on a fern, which needed more light. I really love it.
Richmond Virginia 23235
I have two of these and my plants are doing great. Orchids are blooming
My lemon tree is doing well inside. I feel the light gives it the sun it needs.
We have indoor plants that need light and the floor lamp does the job. It arrived beautifully packed and was not difficult to assemble.
Johns Island, SC
bought this to extend daylight for a couple plants that need it in the winter months. Very bright light. did need my husband to help assemble since the inside cabling was longer than the pole/stand - so grow another set of hands or get someone to help assemble, it'll just be easier that way...
Great to have the switch near light instead of bottom.
makes a good reading lamp
I'm sure a plant would love it, too
This lamp is attractive and can serve a variety of uses. I use it for my orchids as they individually bloom.
I am now using it for my beta fish tanks to enhance plant growth, in the fish cells.
I use the floor lamp daily to provide more sunlight for my small orchid and amaryllis collection. It also serves to read by and is totally unobtrusive in the area we've chosen to use it - a nice furnishing addition.
I purchased this lamp for larger plants brought inside for the winter that would not fit beneath regular strip grow light stands. Its build is of decent quality and seems sturdy. The shaft cannot be raised or lowered, so there is minimal adjustment in height. To bring a shorter plant closer to the light, it might need to be on a table. The light is not very intense. It is no different than the table top model. It is probably most suitable for single house plant that is used to lower levels of light. I would not consider this a substitute light for a plant requiring intense light like orchids. The illustration show a ficus plant which seems like the suitable type of plant.
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